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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

fg" The following four points may be considered as established by. the visit of Messrs. Gilmore and Jaquess to Richmond : 1st. That the rebels do not demand any better terms than the government offers relative to slavery, and that their only grievance is this * viz: that.we insist upon their remaining in the Union. 2d._ That the attempts of the Niagara junto or any person else to spread an impression that the rebels will agree to any terms of peace short of a dissolution of the Union are deceitful. 3d. That the rebel leaders will not submit the question of peace to tho people. . 4tb. That the rebel leaders will not allow the majority to rule.

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

_fS* Speaking of the abundant crop of Peaches in Dele ware, the Rah way Register says some railroad trains passing through that city, carry as many as twenty thousand baskets. Never since peach-growing has been a business has there been such abundant crops in Deleware as this season. The present prices are not paying expenses for picking, and the glut has not yet come off. The supply will increase from two to four fold until the 10th of September. There will be much money lost by speculators, who have gone round and bought up the crops at high'figures_, and there is no help for their being mulcted deeply. One man near Smyrna will lose from twenty to thirty thousand dollars on this kind of operations.

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

f_$* We learn by a late arrival that Parliament has, after three years' hesitation, legalized the _Birkenhead street Railway. This was the first horse railway built by Mr. Train in England, and this action of the Government naturally revokes the decision of the Queen's Beach fining Mr. Train five hundred pounds for committing a nuisance. All the London roads, we believe, were ripped up under that decision, but the Darlington and "Staffordshire line are still down. As Mr. Train owns! thepatent for all Great Britain, and is the sole promoter in England, this action of Parliament Bhould eventually make Mr. Train one of the richest men in England.

Publication Title: Mariettian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

No Doubt About It.— You can a'. ways tell from tho advertising column_^ of a newspaper who do the largest business and sell tbe cheapest. Tbe roan o! enterprise and industry, who has goods to sell, and who is determined to outstrip all competitors, always wants the public to know what be has for sale. Judicious advertising is one of the most certain means of securing success in business. You must let the public know who you are, where you are, what your business, trade or occupation is. Your name and location once become "familiar as household' wordB," you will never after be disposed to think, that _advertising "doesn't pay." ; , _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

T ETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the _Jji Post Office at _Maiietta, _Pa.j Thpksday , September, 1. 1864. Brightbill, S. L. Esq. , Jones, Toby | Billings, Miss Sarah Kdler_, Miss Elizabeth Black, Mra. F. H. Loachs, Henry Burger, Saml. Esq., Lindsay, William 2 Bonher, Geoige Marley, Thomas Faust, Franklin Martin_^ Mrs. " Harriet EiflerMr. Charles MackWilliam Hoffmier , T. F. A. B. Peiffer_, Michael Henderson, Harriet Aliasing, Edward HooverPeter Summers, Mary Ann Isanhoward, W. Williams, Andrew 83= To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must call for "advertised letters_^ give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertisibg. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M. "QRANMES—all brands—guarranted to b_* JO genuine. U, D. Benjamin.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

_fy Gen. Hooker, is alleged to have said that "every true soldier fights for promotion." The Portland Transcript takes exception to this remark, and truly says : "It strikes us that the- true soldier and patriot fights for his country, and is willing to fill -any position in which he can be of service to her. One thing is certain, no General fa this war, has gained anything by resigning bis command becanse he was not promoted or thought his services were not sufficiently appreciated. Shields and Fremont both gave the death blow to their military reputations when they re-Bigned on these grounds.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

?» t^* The Boston Journal speaks 03 follows of the recruits obtained abroad for that city : They are not only .physically a fine set of men, but they appear to be deeply interested in our struggle with aristocracy and slavery. They are infinitely superior as a class to the majority of those who are " hawked about by substitute brokers, and will remain faithfully to their engagements and truo to the flag under which they have enlisted. Most of them have had military experience.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

f9* During the past few years there has been a very large increase in the production of tobacco in the counties of . York and Lancaster. As soon as the fact was known that the rebels had invaded Pennsylvania recently, the prodaoera of tobacco shipped over the Pennsylvania railroad from fifteen to *wenty car loads of leaf tobacco per day to New York. This fact proves that the farmers of Pennsylvania may profitably turn their attention to the growth of this staple. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

f2* Jackson Haines, the skater, says the New York Post, in imitation of Morphy, the chess-player; of Heenan, the prize-fighter; of Bateman, the actress, and Patti, the prima donna, hopes to win a fortune abroad; and he has started for England, intending to make a professional tour as a skater—certainly a novelty in the way of amusements. He will travel all over Europe, and will probably find the most enthusiastic patrons in Holland, Scandinavia, and Russia, where ice and skates are almost national characteristics.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

(_7 The Union League Club cf New York recently sent to Admiral Farragut an elegantly wrought sword, as a token of the high esteem in which be is held by that organization. It waB duly received by the Admiral, who, in acknowledging the compliment, remarks that his whole life has been devoted to the service of bis country, and be hopes that, in due course of time, the sword will descend to his only son, who, like his father, will always be ready to draw it in defence of the Union.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

43" We regret to learn from ihu Harrisburg papers that Michael Burke, a wealthy and much esteemed citizen of that city, met with an accident recently, which resulted in his death. He was crossing the railroad near the canal bridge, when a locomotive struck the buggy in which he was seated, causing him to fall heavily upon his bead, and in a few_^hours be breathed his, laBt. Mr. B. was an Irishman, and was some 70 years of age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

, . : ¦??¦ fir Ex- Q ov. Bigler was temporary chairman of the Copperhead Chicago Convention, On taking tbe chair be made a short speech denouncing the administration as incapable of making peace or war. The Governor's knees, we havo no doubt, are willing to let him down easily into the vice presidential or any other easy chair. He is always in political want and is now fishing for something.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

¦»» _CiT A Paris physician relates a enrious case of poisoning by tobacco. A man had wrapped together leaves nil round bis body on the naked skin, in order to smuggle the urticle across the frontier, but the perspirution caused by walking in hot weather gave rise to an absorption to the active principles of tobacco through the 6kin, which lod to dangerous symptoms. ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

fS* General Thomas has issued an order prohibiting colored troops from performing all the labor in erecting fortifications. They will only be, required to take their share of fatigue duty with the white soldiers. This is necessary to prepare them for the higher duties of conflicts with the enemy. Commanders of colored troops are requested to notify their superiors of an excess of labor of their commands over white troops.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

_fiT It is currently reported that a difference between two Major Generals, as to which should rank and command tbe other, was the main cause of our late sanguinary repulse before Petersburg. Before the dispute could be authoratively settled, the golden moment had passed. We do not know that this is true'; we doubtless shall know when the Court of Inquiry so promptly and properly instituted by Gen. Grant shall have reported.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

_CST There lately died at _Szepes Vollarya an old man of 78 years of age whose will contained a clause leaving 10,000 cigars for those who might attend his funeral. This eccentric testator also expressed a _deBire that his friends should not leave the house of mourning without drinking to his memory all the wine left in bis cellar. It is said that the wish of the deceased was entirely fulfilled.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

49* A. correspondent of the Chicago Tribune gives the following derivation of Admiral Farragut'_s name : Farra is a provincial form of the German verb fahren—fvra on farra meaning "to move on the water," or "to sail." "Gut, of course, is pare German, and means "good." So Farragut is equivalent to "one who moves well on the water," or "a good sailor."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

fP* In Belgium a new kind of fuel is now made, of eight parts of coal tar to ninety-four parts of coal dust. This mixture subjected to great heat becomes a paste, which is pressed into cakes. These cakes are warranted not to prodace more than six per cent, of ashes. They are in great demand by railway companies.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

f_9* Provost Marshal General Fry has decided that men who paid commutation under the draft of Jane 1863, are liable to the draft which takes place in September next, to fill liabilities in sub-districts under the calls made up to the present time, and the District Provost Marshals are ordered to place in the whp_©i-fot4he draft the names of such _parties. ^* *" _^_"~"> —^_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Mariettian — 3 September 1864

(_$* Travelers in the White Mountain regfon this summer complain that many natural objects of interest are defaced by the advertisements of New York quack medicine men. A purse is to be made up by tourists to employ a housepainter to judiciously efface the offensive advertisements by the application of paint as near as possible to the natural color of tbe objects disfigured.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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